Little is known about the author. He could either be an officer or very probably a scholar who interested in the art of war, as it was the practice of scholar of that time
This is a manuscript on the art of war. It contains 276 paintings which deal with military array, equipment, weapons, etc. The paintings are very refined and each is accompanied with some brief explanations
Bound in traditional Japanese side-sewn, tan, decorated papers. Title label on upper covers
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